CABANNES 1 – Restoration of a Provencal heritage: Chappelle St Michel

Código: 
CONCF-212
Disponibilidad: 
Disponible
Cabannes
Francia
Fecha de inicio: 
03/07/2019
Fecha de fin: 
17/07/2019
Idiomas: 
Inglés
Tipo de trabajo: 
Edad mínima: 
18
Edad máxima: 
99
Plazas: 
12
Plazas para discapacitados: 
1
You will continue the restoration of the facade walls of the chapel St Michel which began in 2017. This year, you will realize the work on the part of the building that is dated in the 12th century. You will be: 1 Cleaning and purging the walls of any external elements (vegetation, concrete, etc.) 2 Re-grouting the mortar joints 3 Replacing missing parts You will also have the opportunity to practice working with lime plaster on the northern facade.
You will be accommodated at the socio-cultural building in the center of Cabannes. Bring your sleeping bag and your sleeping mat or inflatable mattress. You will share the different collective tasks and prepare meals together. The budget will be managed by your camp leaders and you will participate in the grocery shopping and the preparation of meals, favoring the local and seasonal products.
Cabannes is a very dynamic, small Provencal village of 4500 inhabitants, in the heart of Provence, offering a wide range of cultural, patrimonial, and environmental discoveries. You will participate in the festivities of the village, including the “fête de la Madeleine” and July 14th (French national day), and see the Avignon festival nearby.
Note that you will be working on scaffoldings. Please bring: working gloves and shoes, casual clothing, hat/cap, sunglasses, sun cream, mosquito repellant, swimming suit. As the accommodation and workcamp area are not nearby, you will have to take the bicycles which will be provided. Foreigners belonging to the European Union must bring with them a personal EHIC (European Health Insurance Card), and everybody must, in any case, bring their insurance certificate. If health issues happen on the project, volunteers will have to pay for it, and will then be reimbursed once back in their home country.